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Issue 22 of The Migrant Times: 3 May 2017

Wednesday, May 10, 2017   Posted in: Newsletters By: Administrator With tags: newsletter, Community Groups, migrants

What's inside the 22nd issue of The Migrant Times:

  • I love the diversity that immigration brings: Sir Mark Solomon - the voice of reason
  • An open letter in support of Sonny Bill Williams
  • Integration vs assimilation: In conversation with Patrick O’Connor - director of PEETO
  • Health and non-profit: In conversation with Kate Russell - chief executive of Canterbury Medical Research Foundation and commercial director of NZ Brain Research Institute
  • A week of climate action 2017
  • Education: ChristchurchNZ to launch this year
  • Learn from what we eat programme's 5th session showcased Japanese food and culture
  • The City dances to Indian classical tunes
  • Cabinet reshuffle: Know your government
  • TasiNZ celebrated Ugadi - the Telugu New Year in Christchurch last month
  • Zimbabwe's 37th Independence Day celebrated in Canterbury
  • ANZAC Day: Let's also remember the 1,400 Indians killed at Gallipoli too!
  • Community celebrates Christian Easter and Hindu Vishu together
  • Buddha birthday celebrated at temple's 10th anniversary
  • Japanese Downunder: A Japanese radio programme presented by Naoko Hiruma

Read Issue 22 of The Migrant Times online - 3rd to 22nd May 2017.

Happy reading everyone!

The Migrant Times.


Canterbury Migrants Centre.Kind regards

Kevin Park
Community Liaison Manager
Canterbury Migrants Centre Trust – Te Whare Ta Wahi
166 St Asaph Street, Christchurch
Phone: 03 3661379

Visit the Canterbury Migrant Hub website.

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Contact Kevin if you want to volunteer at The Migrant Times (kevin[at]cmctrust.org.nz).

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